It's the second year in a row that the nation's capital won the crown.
The U.S. president will travel in a convoy of 56 vehicles including 13 limousines.
The United States mainland is in the "sighting range for strike" said North Korea.
Rebel intelligence showed that hundreds of Syrian troops and Iranian-backed Shiite militias had moved to the town of Sabaa Biyar.
Companies hit by the ransomware worm may be wary of making it public, experts said.
It is in the interest of every Western entity to avoid doing business with Iran.
“It would be massive victory for jihadist groups if the U.S. pulled out.”
Hollande's five-year tenure polarized French society and left him with the worst approval ratings in French history.
The Republican senator also called for a FBI director without political ties.
The White House mentioned Russia in its earlier statement about the launch. "With the missile impacting so close to Russian soil—in fact, closer to Russia than to Japan—the President cannot imagine that Russia is pleased."
In his first words after taking office, he pledged to restore France's standing on the world stage, strengthen national self-confidence and heal divisions that the bitterly-fought campaign had opened up.
The battle for Mosul is approaching its end after seven months of combat.
Moving from Israel, where a wave of feminism brought her “Family Day,” a mother wishes that America would celebrate all kinds of families equally.
Manila is looking to ease tensions with Asia's top economic power.
It marks a major step in the young republic's difficult transition to democracy.
A military officer could not tell Reuters what exactly Pyongyang had launched, but Seoul's Yonhap said it was a ballistic missile.
Hamza provided a voiceover for a roughly 10-minute clip released Saturday about "advice for martyrdom-seekers in the West."
The pope's meeting with Trump could be potentially awkward given their diametrically opposed positions on immigration, refugees and climate change.
Officials from the Group of Seven nations met in southern Italy hoping to hear more about Trump's plans which they fear will revive protectionism and set back the global approach to issues such as banking reform and climate change.
Moscow blamed former President Barack Obama for souring the U.S. relationship with Russia just before he left office.
Ukraine-Russia tensions loom large over the gaudy singing competition that is no stranger to controversy.
A shoe factory in Bosnia and Herzegovina sent gifts to the First Lady before and has plans for a greater tribute.
The arms package the U,S. is selling could surpass more than $300 billion over a decade to help Saudi Arabia boost its defensive capabilities.
The Russian Interior Ministry confirmed the government was among the thousands hit by an attack that used NSA tools.
The real crisis would be if Comey’s successor is partisan rather than principled.
U.S. President Donald Trump has warned of a "major conflict" with the North, but has also said he would be "honored" to meet its leader, Kim Jong Un.
Johnson said of Putin, “it’s blatantly obvious that’s what he did in France, so we have to be vigilant."
"We didn't go to Iraq to bring democracy to Iraq, we went to Iraq to overthrow Saddam Hussein," ex-secretary of state said.
A ransomware program called WannaCry has infected at least 74,000 computers in 99 nations, threatening to erase data unless users pay $300.
The new weapon of choice for Venezuelan protesters carries severe penalties, the government has warned.